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Nonprofit organizations must address their social missions while breaking even financially, facing trade-offs between mission responsive and financially rewarding actions, including alternative pricing policies. The paper draws on alternative theories of nonprofit pricing. In one theory,...
Although it is generally acknowledged that China, in its public sector reforms, has “learnt from the West,” the mechanisms and effects of the processes of learning and imitation in China are little understood. The recent “Sixth Round of Administrative Reforms” in which the Western concept...
Nonprofit organizations receiving government contracts are now central to the provision of a host of public services, including community care, workforce development, substance abuse treatment, and early childhood education. Government’s increased dependence on nonprofits has in turn prompted...
This article examines the attitudes of a key set of state government officials—state human resource (HR) professionals—toward employment at will (EAW) in state government. It presents original survey data obtained from HR professionals in four southern states: Georgia, Florida, Texas, and...
This study assesses the proposition that local government structure affects municipal expenditure levels. Despite decades of research, this question remains unsettled. Early on, analyses of this topic confirmed a linkage between municipal structure and fiscal policy, but more recent works have...
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